Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has lashed out at BJP leader Suu Kyi for saying that the state would become a Kashmir law if the Trinamool Congress comes to power again in Bengal.
Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has lashed out at BJP leader Suu Kyi’s remarks that the state would become a Kashmir law if the Trinamool Congress returns to power in Bengal. He lamented that the comment was foolish and meaningless. He said your party was saying that Kashmir had become a paradise after the Center repealed Article 370, adding that it would be wrong for the state of Bengal to become Kashmir as well. He said that your party will come to Kashmir and admire the natural beauty of the place. However, Omar Abdullah said that Bengalis love our state and therefore forgive your ‘stupid’, tasteless comment. Speaking at an election rally in Behera, Bengal yesterday, Suvendu said the state would change the law of Kashmir if the Trinamool Congress came to power again in this election. This means that his intention is that Kashmir will almost always be plagued by terrorist attacks and violence and therefore this state should not be changed in the same way. But Omar Abdullah erred in these comments.
Suvendu is contesting from Nandigram in the Bengal elections. He is challenging the CM and TMC chief Mamata Banerjee who came to the ring from here. The official said he would defeat her by a margin of 50,000 votes in the constituency, but would abstain from party politics. But Mamata also did not eat less. She commented that she was accepting the challenge and that someone should settle on the electoral battlefield. Elections will be held in Bengal in 8 phases. The paramilitary forces are moving heavily for this, with the BJP focusing heavily on Bengal, one of the five states where elections will be held.
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